the Best of the Mountain State with Timeshare Rentals
One of the many appealing attributes of West Virginia is its size: there
are hundreds of sites to see, yet it's relatively easy to travel
throughout the state. And if you consider timeshare rentals, you're
providing yourself with the perfect home base from which to explore the
innumerable adventures that exist in West Virginia!
Discover the History
In every region you're sure to encounter breathtaking landscapes coupled
with towns and cities steeped in American history and folklore. In
the state capitol, Charleston, you'll find historic sites around every
street corner, from the location of the Civil War Battle of Charleston to
a park dedicated to the memory of American hero Daniel Boone. Go for
a leisurely stroll around the Cultural Center and you might find yourself
face-to-face with statues of Abraham Lincoln and Booker T. Washington.
But if you really want to understand what West Virginia was like in the
past you can visit the Kanawha State Forest (a drive of less than 20
minutes from downtown Charleston), where the preserved wilderness is as
striking today as it was 200 years ago when Daniel Boone wandered across
And this is just a slice of all West Virginia has to offer. Given
the magnitude of things to see and do in West Virginia's capitol alone,
buying a West
Virginia timeshare is a cost-effective and convenient alternative to
the hassle of planning and booking your vacation every year at pricey
hotels. And your timeshare will ensure that you can return for years
to come until you've gotten your fill of the state's historical sites.
Don't Forget Your Camera
Yet you don't have to be a history buff to have a great time in West
Virginia. In fact, you haven't truly experienced the state if you
haven't hiked along one of its mountain trails or at least taken a scenic
drive along its winding roads. State parks and wilderness preserves
make up a significant portion of the West Virginian landscape, making it
the ideal destination for outdoor adventurers. The Mountain State is
home to some of the most panoramic vistas you'll find in the country.
Why not enjoy the view while rafting along the state's 2,000 miles of
streams and rivers or while fishing for everything from largemouth bass to
channel catfish? Just don't forget to get your fishing license
before you cast that first line!
If West Virginia sounds fantastic, but you're not sure exactly where you
want to stay or what you want to do on your vacation, consider purchasing
points. These are a convenient way to give yourself even more
flexibility in planning your memorable vacation, since you can choose from
a variety of accommodations in West Virginia and the surrounding regions.
Another great aspect of RCI points is that you can stay for as little as
one night at participating RCI Points Partners. So go ahead, and
plan that visit to Washington D.C. or Baltimore, Maryland -- both of which
are a mere hour from West Virginia's Eastern Panhandle.